At one time, the tallgrass prairie of North America spread from the center of the continent eastward as far as Kentucky-a vast sea of wildflowers and grasses, many as tall as a horse. Today, the extent of the prairie is reduced, but the spectacular plants contiunue to bring spashes of white, yellow, blue, and purple to preserved and restored prairie throughout their former range. 100 Common Wildflowers of the Tallgrass Prairie is an indispensible guide to the names, characteristics, and traditional uses of the flowering plants you are most likeoly to encounter. 72 pages.
- Over 100 close-up photographs
- Includes the species you are most likely to encounter in the tallgrass prairies from Canada to Texas, Nebraska to Indiana
- Handy information on how to identify each species and approximate bloom times.
- by Susan Lamb
- Trim Size- 6" x 9"
- ISBN- 9781583691021